The course at Lake Stevens was designed and built by Fred Chittenden.
Fred also built the catching targets, which are unique.
The course is short but very wooded, requiring technique more than a long bomb arm.
Water comes into play on #11 and #13 most of the year.
The course is designed with 19 holes. The last hole, #19 is there because #1 plays next to a school.
When school is in, please skip #1 so as not to distract the kids in class.
Most holes have at least 2 tees, some have three, look for blue or red alternate tee boxes, mains are white.
This layout allows for many different hole configurations, giving alot of flexibility to an otherwise small course.
All of Freds' baskets are different from each other, with crossbars and web like chains blocking putts that would be easy with a conventional basket.
Only the #14 basket is close to conventional style.
Here is a picture of the last basket.
No need to bring the 500' driver, there is nowhere here to air it out.
What you do want is a collection of discs for all angles and directions. You need a good right and left turn disc, an 's' flyer, and a narrow dead straight disc to get around here easily.
This is a really challenging little course thats fun for all ages and abilities.
If you get the chance, come and try it.